Plaintiffs must pay a 1.5% health benefit contribution based on their base pensionable salary
A New Jersey appeals court rules it improper for a city police officer to hold elected office at the same time
Justice Helen Hoens' failed reappointment to the New Jersey Supreme Court will cost her $66,466 a year in pension benefits
... Paul Kleinbaum, shown, a partner with Zazzali, Fagella, Nowak, Kleinbaum and Friedman in Newark, was elected on May 16 to a two...
A municipal clerk, upon receipt of a referendum petition with fewer signatures than the requisite 15 percent required by the Faulkner Act, is not permitted to reject it without further review
...rival candidates. Their attorney, Flavio Komuves of Zazzali, Fagella, Nowak, Kleinbaum & Friedman in Newark, says the appeals court overlooked a factual dispute...
...s principal founder. Zazzali, of counsel at Gibbons and Zazzali Fagella Nowak Kleinbaum & Friedman, both in Newark, was recognized for his work in strengthening...
The Appellate Division agrees to hear an emergent appeal by an Assembly candidate kept off the ballot because he works for a federally funded agency
...Plaintiff lawyer Flavio Komuves of Zazzali, Fagella, Nowak, Kleinbaum & Friedman in Newark says he'll move to remand. Komuves...
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